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Re: 3.0 on a win '95 laptop

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  • Subject: [mg5591] Re: 3.0 on a win '95 laptop
  • From: bjoness at mindspring.com (VooDooChiLD)
  • Date: Fri, 27 Dec 1996 01:59:03 -0500
  • Organization: MindSpring Enterprises
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

On 19 Dec 1996 05:47:44 GMT, "Ed McCarthy" <ed_mccarthy at ids.net>
wrote:

>To follow up on my previous post, is anyone running 3.0 under win '95 on a
>laptop? I could use some suggestions on PC brand If I can't get the Dell
>machine to work. (The Dell has 24 Mb RAM, 1.4 GB HD, Pentium 100, and I'd
>like to get something with a similar configuration.) Thanks!
>
>Ed McCarthy
>
>
>
Thats plenty of machine.  I used a similiar set-up on Sharp laptop and
i'm currently compiling apps using Borland C++, VisualBasic 4.0 Pro,
and mathematica 3.0.  Mathematica v3.0 is a full 32bit app; and the
current specifications you mention for the Dell should work.  Dell in
general has good tech. support compared to most brands, they'll tell
you before hand if there's any problems.  Your main concern when
purchasing a laptop is the video interfaces of the software and
speaking from prior experience mathematica should work well on a
laptop with vga/svga capabillities.  A Dell should meet the
requirements more than enough.


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